Re: [pacnog] PacNOG 2015 dates and venue

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  • Subject: Re: [pacnog] PacNOG 2015 dates and venue
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  • Date: Sun, 22 Feb 2015 20:59:57 +0000
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    • Hi Fred,

       

      Thanks for the info.

      We should encourage more ccTLD management type training, especially policy matters, delegation/redelegation etc., in the upcoming PacNOG meetings. For your consideration.

       

      Regards,

       

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      Louise Nasak

      Office of the Telecommunications & Radiocommunications Regulator

       

       

      From: pacnog-bounces at pacnog dot org [mailto:pacnog-bounces at pacnog dot org] On Behalf Of PITA Manager - Gmail
      Sent: Wednesday, 18 February 2015 10:45 AM
      To: pacnog at pacnog dot org
      Subject: [pacnog] PacNOG 2015 dates and venue

       

      Dear all,

       

      The team are working with possible countries to hold the next 2 PacNOG for 2015 (Jul and Nov/Dec) and we should update shortly

       

      Meanwhile start thinking and feel free to exchange your views and needs for these next PacNOG on what we can and should cover

       

      As usual with the support of APNIC, ICANN and NSRC we would be able to offer 2 tracks and may go to three subject to interests (minimum at least 22 per track to make it worthwhile for trainers travel) – so we have some time for the community to send their thoughts on topics and what we can agree to plan for.

       

      So far the IPv4/IPv6 routing workshop and Security workshop has been popular and remains to be so, but we will hear from you on the specifics, and also for the new topics that can be added and for advance activities for those who may have done these two workshops already (some more than once J) – I was sharing with Philip on some research that maybe some folks may want to put their thoughts together (I’ll hear from you on this)

       

      Meanwhile, hope all your operations and projects are going well and not causing some of you any sleepless nights *%#:(-, and feel free to share on the experience, on any alerts, incident of interest,  and also on your problems for offline or online wisdom of the community

       

      To hear from you

       

      Have a great working week

       

      Cheers

      Fred Christopher

      MANAGER PITA

      …PacNOG Coordinating Committee

       


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